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The Aficionauto gets the story on a modified 1976 BMW 633 CSI that appears in Back to the Future II.


Mitsubishi announces the Lancer Evolution Final Edition for the US. It gets a mix of features from the GSR and MR trims, and 1,600 numbered units will be offered.


Steve Sutcliffe gets in an Ariel Nomad to challenge motorosser Graeme Irwin at the Sweet Lamb Rally Center in Wales. The result is this video, and it's definitely worth watching.


Plus: We Answer Your Questions About The 2017 911 Carrera

Autoblog wraps up coverage of the Porsche Rennsport Reunion V with a walk though 40 years of Porsche Le Mans cars and a full day of races.


Audi is supporting Part-Time Scientists, Germany's Lunar Xprize team, by helping to develop this solar-powered, all-wheel drive moon rover that's set to launch into space by the end of 2017. Check it out ahead of tonight's red lunar eclipse.


Batman gets to keep his Batmobile because the US Circuit Court of Appeals is upholding an earlier ruling banning the sale of replicas without permission from the copyright holders.


In a 73-second spot, the Aston Martin DB10 blows a lot of smoke sending a message to the world on behalf of James Bond.


Pope Francis arrives in the US today and plans to use a modified Jeep Wrangler as his popemobile during the trip. Now, the Washington Post is looking back on the fascinating history of the ways that His Holiness gets around.


Volvo is working on a project that has robots pick up your trash while a human oversees everything from the relative comfort of the garbage truck.


Titan Aircraft is building a three-quarter-scale P-51 replica with a minivan motor. We look at how an American classic and a Japanese workhorse came together.


Charles Bombardier envisions the hearse of the future: a driverless, all-wheel drive fuel-cell vehicle with a transparent coffin and a multimedia system.


Toyota might be ready to take a stab at the flying car, as revealed by a patent drawing for a car with stackable wings.


Meet the new Range Rover Sentinel, an SUV that will laugh off 7.62-mm, armor-piercing shells and the explosive force of 33-lbs of TNT.


A new Batmobile will shuttle Batman to and fro as he faces what must be his most challenging opponent yet: Superman. We've yet to see Batman's latest set of wheels is truly capable of, but we can at least see what it looks like moving under its own power.


The Happier Camper HC1 is an 1,100-pound travel trailer with thorough detailing and a flexible interior that helps make the most of its luxury price.


Yamaha's new YXZ1000R is hoping to set a new benchmark in the side-by-side segment. It's the first production model to sport a five-speed sequential manual gearbox, and that's matched to a three-cylinder engine with a 10,500-rpm redline.


The Venturi VBB 3 sets a tentative class record at the Bonneville Salt Flats, doing 240.320 mph. Conditions were so bad that the team couldn't go faster.


Video from the Minneapolis Star Tribune shows how Porsche collector Magnus Walker oversteered and fishtailed into a parked semi trailer during a promotional event.

For its 12th season, Wheeler Dealers is staying entirely in the United States. Here are some cars from America that made a tidy profit for Mike and Edd.


We Hit The Trail With X Games Champ "Monster" Mike Schultz And His Moto Knee Performance Prosthetic

Translogic heads to St. Cloud, MN to hit the dirt bike trails with X Games champion "Monster" Mike Schultz. In 2008, Schultz had a snowmobiling accident that required the amputation of his left leg. Now, as president of BioDapt he's developed the Moto Knee, a prosthetic leg specifically designed for extreme sports performance.


A restomod 1973 Mazda RX-3 owned by Savant Young stops by Jay Leno's garage. Its 400 hp in a 2,100-pound body makes Jay giddy.

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